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A WorldView-3 satellite image of grounds of the Church of St. Andrew and Pyervozvannoho All Saints, on March 31. A mass grave can be seen top center.

A WorldView-3 satellite image of grounds of the Church of St. Andrew and Pyervozvannoho All Saints, on March 31. It appears to show a mass grave in its top center. (Image credit: Maxar Technologies)
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A WorldView-3 satellite image of grounds of the Church of St. Andrew and Pyervozvannoho All Saints, on March 10. The initial excavation of the probable mass grave can be seen center right.

A WorldView-3 satellite image of grounds of the Church of St. Andrew and Pyervozvannoho All Saints, on March 10. It appears to show the initial excavation of a mass grave in its center right. (Image credit: Maxar Technologies)

Satellite images have revealed what appears to be a mass grave and the bodies of civilians scattered in the streets of the Ukrainian town of Bucha. The images implicate Russian troops in a massacre.

Many of the images were taken during the Russian occupation of Bucha by Maxar Technologies’ WorldView-3 satellite. They show that the bodies — some of which were discovered by eyewitnesses with their hands bound and with gunshot wounds to the head — could have been in the streets for as long as three weeks. 

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